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The scribe advantage+

 

The scribe advantage 

Being a medical scribe puts you on the front lines of healthcare, working alongside providers.  You’ll play a critical role in supporting the provider and patient experience with real-time charting in EMR systems.

As a scribe you’ll witness a multitude of patient cases every day – from sprained ankles to life-threatening injuries – giving you unparalleled clinical exposure to take with you to medical, nursing or PA school.

Scribing will advance your knowledge and make you stand out from your competition. If you’re serious about getting a head start in your healthcare career, scribing is the experience you need to gain a real advantage over other applicants.

Start challenging yourself in ways no other part-time job can offer. Join our scribe team today! 

 

Co-founder Dr. Vowels talks about the scribe experience.

Reponsibilities+

Responsibilities

 

A medical scribe is responsible for inputting patient data into Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems. Scribes remove the distractions of charting for providers, allowing them to better focus on patient care

 

A day in the life of a scribe:

  • Sign into EMR systems and the healthcare organization computer         
  • Review prior medical records and brief provider
  • Record patient history and chief complaints
  • Perform real time charting
  • Increase chart accuracy
  • Record consultations with healthcare professionals, patients, and family members
  • Track lab and X-ray results and other patient evaluation data to aid provider
  • Record provider-dictated diagnoses and prescriptions
  • Prepare plans for discharge and/or follow-up care
  • Scribes do not touch patients or perform any clinical tasks

 

We will prepare you to be a scribe:

To prepare you for the scribe role, you will receive extensive training online, in a classroom setting, and at the patient bedside. This involves:

  • Online courses
  • Interactive medical vocabulary quizzes
  • Interactive videos to simulate patient scenarios
  • 80% pass rate to continue to classroom training
  • Classroom training at your designated medical facility
  • Bedside training with a certified scribe trainer once you have passed classroom training 

Locations+

Locations

AL

Birmingham

AZ

Phoenix
Tucson

CA

Burlingame
Lakewood
Loma Linda
Los Alamitos 
Mission Viejo
Modesto
Murrieta
Northridge
Orange
Palmdale
Santa Barbara
Thousand Oaks
Upland
Ventura
West Covina
West Hills
Whittier

FL

Brandon
Kissimmee
Lake Wales
Ocala
Osceola
Plant City
Poinciana

HI

Maui

GA

Atlanta 
Rome

KS

Kansas City

MD

Annapolis
Bowie
Glen Burnie
Towson
Waugh Chapel

MS

Columbus

MT

Helena

NC

Charlotte
Greensboro
High Point
Reidsville

NJ

Gotham City

NV

Reno

NY

Brooklyn
New York

OK

Muskogee
Shawnee

TX

Abilene
El Paso
Houston
McAllen
Nacogdoches
Paris
Richardson
Lufkin

WA

Tacoma
Yakima

WI

Eau Claire

WV

Martinsburg

WY

Cheyenne

What do you need to be a medical scribe?+

What do you need to be a medical scribe?

 

Apply to join our scribe team and start getting the experience you need to move forward in your healthcare career.

By clicking 'Apply now', you agree you meet the following requirements:

  • You are at least 18 years old
  • You are eligible to work in the United States
  • You have not been convicted of a felony
  • You are willing and able to submit to a drug screening and background check
  • Must type 50 words per minute
  • Willing to work nights, weekends and holidays 

 

How to apply?+

How to apply

1. Click "Apply now" and sign up with your email. You will receive a confirmation email with a link to the assessment.
2. Take the assessment within 30 days of receiving the link. Keep in mind, there are no retakes!
3. If you meet the requirements, one of our field staffing coordinators will contact you for a phone interview.

 

Apply now